MaRS Library Distribution agreement: Sample template
A distribution agreement is used where one party agrees to resell another party’s products but does so as principal. That is, they purchase and take title to the products and assume all the risk of reselling the products.
Downloadable distribution agreement sample template
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Sample distribution agreement template
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